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Lindsay Lohan shared a racy photo from her Notion magazine photoshoot on Wednesday (censored version below), and eagle-eyed readers might just notice how something is hanging out where it shouldn't be. Let's just hope her hairdresser doesn't get fired for not catching those flyaways on the side of her head.
We can't all have Taylor Swift's talent, or her charisma, or her fame, or her impeccable wardrobe, or her legs, or even her gift for taking Instagram photos. But thanks to makeup artist Sandy Linter, we can at least have her lips and eyes. Watch the video above for a tutorial on recreating Swift's look, then check out
"Mad Men" actress January Jones posed for another photoshoot with Violet Grey magazine, this time using her own hair to cover her topless form (below) as opposed to the After seeing both, we're confident she's also proved herself invaluable should Hollywood ever need to fill the Daryl Hannah role in a remake of "Splash."
In a press release issued on Wednesday, One Direction singer Zayn Malik officially confirmed his departure from the band. The rest of the group is said to be continuing on "as a four-piece" for the foreseeable future, or at least until Sammy Hagar decides that, hey, he'd like to try his hand at "Night Changes."
On Wednesday, Entertainment Weekly unveiled a first look at Jesse Eisenberg in character as Lex Luthor for the upcoming "Batman v. Superman" film (below). As you can see, the filmmakers captured that same chilling, devious look Eisenberg exhuded in the theatrical poster for 2010's "The Social Network," but with none of that non-chilling, non-devious hair:
As was previously suspected, director Sam Taylor-Johnson will not be returning to helm the subsequent installments of "Fifty Shades of Grey." The studio will just have to find another director to cleverly avoid showing us any real sex. Go try CineMax, guys!
In honor of Wednesday's '80s night on "American Idol," David Hasselhoff sang a medley of the decade's most memorable hits, including songs by Katrina and the Waves, Culture Club and Rick Astley (below). And seeing as this is the only part of "American Idol" any of us have actually wanted to watch this year, let's just go ahead and crown Hasselhoff the winner.
"Furious 7" actor Vin Diesel told Variety that come awards season, his movie will "probably win best picture at the Oscars, unless the Oscars don’t want to be relevant ever.” So we'll just have to wait until next February to see if Diesel's blatant attempt at reverse psychology will work on Academy voters.
On Wednesday, Kim Kardashian shared a cleavage-filled selfie on Instagram (below), perhaps just prove she's still abiding by the supernatural pact she made with a cleavage genie in exchange for fame.
"Glee" actress Lea Michele revealed on Twitter that she and former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton will be starring together in a road-trip/buddy/sex comedy called "The Layover." However, it's not yet known whether the film will interrupted every five minutes for an unskippable "Game of War: Fire Age" commercial.
And finally, Sony Pictures announced on Wednesday their plans to release a fully-animated "Smurfs" movie in March 2017, probably figuring that a few more years is enough time for everybody to forget about the two live-action/computer-animated Smurf movies they released just a few years back.